Alcohol/Drug Addiction Women Only
Residence XII, a gender-specific residential treatment facility, provides substance abuse treatment for adult women. Individualized treatment options are 12-step based, and include inpatient and outpatient programs. Additional services include dual diagnosis, addiction education, life skills, individual and group therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, continuing care and family programs.
Margaret has been a vital part of Residence XII since it opened in 1981, doubling as an Administrator and Clinician. She became the Executive Director in 1990, and was instrumental in the capital campaign and oversight of the construction of the current facility built in 2000. Margaret has been recognized many times for her dedication to helping women. She has served on many non-profit boards, including President of Soroptimist International and of the Association of Addiction Programs.More
Lori has over 24 years of experience in administrative management of non-profits in the fields of health care and international strategic development. She has extensive experience in the development of policies & procedures, financial systems, human resources development, facility operations and donor management. Prior to joining Residence XII in 2003, Lori worked in financial and management roles at Interdev, Providence Foundation, Providence Hospital, Ballard Convalescent Center, as well as consulting with other non-profits.More
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is the leading provider for addiction treatment nationwide, specializing in evidence-based treatment and mental healthcare. With 9 locations across the U.S., AAC has a facility near you that is ready to help you start your journey to sobriety today.
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